MS, CIH, CSP, AIHA Fellow, LEED BD+C
Catherine has a Master of Science degree, toxicology option, from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. She is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, AIHA Fellow, an Authorized GreenScreen Practitioner®, a Certified Safety Professional, and a LEED BD+C Accredited Professional. Catherine has consulted for a broad range of clients including; scrap metal/electronics recyclers, wastewater treatment operators, manufacturers, researchers, creative artists, property owners/developers, and architects.
The U.S. Green Building Council recognizes her as a subject matter expert for indoor air quality testing and material emissions. She is engaged in problem solving, offering user-friendly explanations of chemistry for architects. She has consulted on LEED, Living Building Challenge, and WELL projects, integrating sustainability, chemical restrictions, certifications and test protocols, for informed selection of lower impact building products.
Catherine is a guest lecturer in Columbia University’s graduate School of Public Health, and has contributed to the Health Product Declaration Collaborative’s Technical Committee and ASTM International, E60 Committee on Sustainability.